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Insure Yourself Against Financial Ruin - One of the things most often left until last on the must have list is health insurance, which is exactly the wrong thing to...

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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) - Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Limited (HKEx) is a public trading holding company created in 2000 through the merger of The Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Hong Kong Futures Exchange, and The Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company. The merger of the corporations, designed to increase China's competitiveness in the global market of today. The HKEx trades in stock certificates, bonds, warrants, mutual funds and equity linked instruments. To trade on the HKEx's main board, a company or corporation must have a trading record of three years in consecutive form. A corporation profit of HK twenty million dollars in recent year.

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Definition: Savings bonds are issued by the federal government to average investors.  They are non-marketable, interest-bearing securities. Advice: Savings...

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